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Women’s Leadership Program Coming to Dickinson

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The North Dakota Women’s Business Center is responding to public demand to bring the Women’s Leadership Program to western North Dakota and grow its statewide network of women leaders.

Thanks to a Bush Foundation Leadership Network Grant, Center for Technology & Business (CTB) is piloting a new way to connect more women leaders across North Dakota through mini sessions of their Women's Leadership Program. The next community to kick off the new program is Dickinson, ND which will hold the program on April 26.

The focus of the one day training is on increasing leadership skills for women of all backgrounds in four core areas – personal leadership, professional leadership, community leadership and health leadership. Participants explore each core area with a collaborative and hands-on activity followed by a self-evaluation to foster continued growth. By working collaboratively with other women leaders in the community participants discover as a group what Leadership means to each individual and all about the ladder of leadership.

The participants will connect with graduates and speakers from the existing programs in Bismarck, Minot, Fargo, and Harvey as well as an upcoming program in Fort Yates through a closed online community as well as an exclusive Women’s Leadership Summit for program alumni. By connecting these leaders from various communities, a stronger and more cohesive environment is formed for women leaders across the state to work together on a grander scale.

All women from Dickinson and surrounding communities are encouraged to participate and join the statewide network of highly motivated and forward thinking individuals that are making a difference all across the state. For more information visit www.bit.ly/WLPDickinson.

Center for Technology & Business (CTB) builds North Dakota’s economic future by fostering an entrepreneurial environment through innovation, technology, training, leadership and business development.

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